BBC Broadcast in 20 minutes

Borre Ludvigsen (borrel@dhhalden.no)
Sun, 14 Aug 1994 06:59:11 -0400


The first ever "live" BBC radio broadcast on the Internet is coming
up in about 25 minutes from now. It's being carried on the following
CU-SeeMe reflectors. Please use the reflector nearest you.

Loughborough University of Technology 158.125.110.112 England
Ostfold Regional College, Halden 158.36.33.5 Norway
SunSITE, University of North Carolina 152.2.22.88 USA
Lund University 130.235.128.100 Sweden

This will also be an Mbone broadcast. More information from the
attachment below.

- Barre

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>
>
>
> BBC Radio 5 'Live' broadcast of
>
> "The Big Byte"
>
> radio programme over the Internet,
> THIS Sunday (14th August) at
>
> 11:15 to 12:05 GMT (12:15 to 13:05 BST)
>
>
> This broadcast will be fed live into the Internet by the Department of
> Computer Studies here at LUT, using the MBONE and a CU-SeeMe/Maven enabled
> reflector.
>
> Reflector address = 158.125.110.112
>
> (Maven users should use the default port of 3456)
>
> Thanks to kind offers by Borre Ludvigsen in Norway and Doug Matthews at
> SunSITE, University of North Carolina, this broadcast will also be carried
> by the following reflectors:
>
> Norway: 158.36.33.5 (The European NASA Select relay reflector)
> SunSITE: 152.2.22.88
>
> In the interests of maintaining audio quality, please use these reflectors.
>
> More information on the broadcast can be retrieved from:
>
> http://pipkin.lut.ac.uk/~ben/big_byte.html
>
> or, if you have questions not answered there, by replying to this email.
>
>
>
> *-----* FEEDBACK *------*
>
> The Big Byte's production team can now be emailed at "big-byte@bbcnc.org.uk".
>
> They would VERY MUCH like to hear YOUR views on the future of broadcasting
> corporations and interactive broadcasting in the digital age, as well as on
> this broadcast (which is dedicated to the Internet) in particular. Please
> feel free to email them with ideas, discussion points or feedback - the
> more people who contact them, the more likely they are to continue with
> this exploration.
>
> cheers
> Ben
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>
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>
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>
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